Both sporty and comfortable, the 2020 Ford Fusion puts a fun-loving spin on a family-friendly drive.
What’s new for the 2020 Ford Fusion?
The Fusion is trimming its lineup for the 2020 model year. First off, you’ll no longer find the V6 Sport model on the roster. Also, Fusions with the sporty, turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine no longer feature paddle shifters for manual gear changes.
Why choose the 2020 Ford Fusion?
If you’re in the market for a quiet, comfortable cabin and a sporty ride, you’ll find that there’s a lot to like about this midsize sedan. Highway commutes are made luxurious with the Fusion’s smooth-riding, noise-dampening cabin and roomy, comfortable seats. And while the Fusion might put an emphasis on interior comfort, it also has a sporty side, with optional turbocharged engines and all-wheel-drive performance technology available for swift, road-gripping action. On a winding road, you’ll appreciate this sedan’s sharp handling and confident composure.
What are the 2020 Ford Fusion configurations?
This year, there are four Fusion trims from which to choose: the base S, midrange SE, more luxurious SEL, and top-of-the-line Titanium.
Choose the Fusion S for a great price on modern conveniences. This entry-level trim model includes a USB charging port and Bluetooth connectivity for access to your favorite audio apps. The Co-Pilot360 bundle of driver aids is also standard, so features like forward collision mitigation and lane keeping assist keep you protected at no extra cost.
Upgrade to the Fusion SE for more in modern technology. Standard equipment includes an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen interface and complete smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities. (These features are optional for the S.) Two USB ports keep devices charged. The standard navigation system means you can always find your way home.
In the SEL, things start to get luxurious. Inside, you’ll find heated front seats and an 11-speaker premium sound system. It’s even easy to hop in and go, thanks to the keyless ignition and entry features.
The top-trim Titanium builds on the SEL trim lineup with high-end features like ambient interior lighting and heated and ventilated front sport seats. This model also comes standard with the Co-Pilot360 Assist technology bundle, which includes Sync voice controls, adaptive cruise control, and an extra USB port. (Note that the Co-Pilot360 Assist package is optional for the other Fusion trims.)
What are the 2020 Ford Fusion fuel economy ratings?
This midsize sedan does a great job blending premium power with commute-style fuel economy. Depending on how you configure yours, the 2020 Fusion earns up to 27 mpg combined (23 city/34 highway mpg). If you drive more than the average driver, check out the Fusion Hybrid, which earns up to 42 mpg combined (43/41 mpg).
When will the 2020 Ford Fusion be available?
The 2020 Fusion is here. Drop by for a test-drive; we think you’ll agree that this sporty four-door sedan lives up to its reputation for on-road fun and in-cabin comfort.